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11-19-2009 @ 6:42PM
"You can calculate your base DPS by converting each point of Attack Power into 14 DPS. Just remember this is your base DPS and it doesn't take into consideration any modifiers like Critical Strike, Hit, or Armor Penetration. But it is a good rule of thumb when comparing gear and want to check to see if it's potential upgrade or not."I'm assuming you mean AP on gear only (not AP from Agility, for example). So a Hunter in decent gear (let's say a score of around 2500 on wow-heroes), with about 1700 AP on their gear, should be dealing somewhere in the neighborhood of 24k DPS, completely unbuffed? Good to know. Thanks, wow.com!
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